The Spark & The Art — Creativity Podcast

The Spark & The Art — Creativity Podcast

Tucker interviews creative folks from various disciplines and career levels. Guests have included Jorge Gutiérrez, director of the animated film The Book Of Life - Grammy Award Winning Designer Stefan Sagmeister - Chase Reeves, co-founder of the entrepreneur community Fizzle and co-host of the Fizzle Show podcast - And my mom and dad. You are bound to find the information you need to get your creative projects started and more importantly finished. In episode 80 Aaron Draplin talks about his recent visit to Marc Maron's WTF podcast.

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    154 - Guestcasts - Guest casts was a concept I was playing with where other people would do an insight and inspiration episode. I wasn’t sure if they were going to be a regular thing or perhaps a Patreon subscriber bonus. I asked a few people to do some as an experiment and you are going to hear two of them today.

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    150 - Chunking - I've been listening to the book This is Your Brain on Music - Dr. Daniel J. Levitin. It's about the science behind what happens to your brain when you listen to music and what makes it such a powerful thing in the lives of humans.

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    147 - Yoga and art with Jerusha Francisco - I’m taking away the piece on how to reframe my concerns about what others think of either me or my actions. My biggest struggle isn’t always finding the time to do something it’s when my brain justifies the reasons I shouldn’t do something based on what I think others might think. Thanks Jerusha.

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    145 - An improvised life with Rebecca Northan – This week we talk with Improviser, Actress, Producer and professional breath recording artist Rebecca Northan. In today’s chat Rebecca reflects on a yearbook quote and how it relates to her life now and the interesting work that actors do that you didn't even know were jobs.

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